In the half of garage used for non automotive odds and ends. Old chair works fine as easy to use bike stand. No need to lock or worry about melting ice and snow, I'll get to cleaning up in the Spring.
in the house
I am a knight who says ...........................NI
i put all three in the shed.
"Work to eat. Eat to live. Live to bike. Bike to work." --Anonymous
C'dale BBU('05 and '09)/Super Six/Hooligan8and 3,Kona Dew Deluxe,Novara Buzz/Safari,Surly Big Dummy,Marin Pt Reyes,Giant Defy 1,Schwinn DBX SuperSport,Dahon Speed Pro TT,Brompton S6L
In my apartment, where they are safe: 1 in the bedroom, 1 in the loft and 3 in the living room.
2015 Seven Cycles Expat SL
2011 Felt Q620
2010 Motobecane Jury fixed gear
2010 Surly LHT
1992 Trek 1200
1977 Schwinn Le Tour II fixed gear
In the living room.
"I must create a system or be enslaved by another man's; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create." -- William Blake
We have a large apt with 2 living rooms. The front living room is poorly lit, chilly in the winter and too warm in the summer. A perfect bike room/mud room. Most of the bikes (we have 7 each) live in there and can roll right out the front door. We also have a sunroom and sometimes a bike is kept in there on a trainer. There is a walk out basement too. That's where my bf has his bike shop (man cave) with a shop quality repair stand and all his tools. A storage room off the shop has the two mtn bikes stored in there.
Salsa Vaya Ti
Novara Randonee x2
Motobecane Fantom CXX
I used to keep my bikes in my room but I was growing tired of the related mess, I want to have a "quieter" room without all the visual noise. But I was living on the ground floor so I would just roll in. Now, I'm in a second floor walkup, in a larger apartment where the largest bedroom serves as storage room so I keep all my bikes in there with the exception of the commuter that sits half-way in the stairway.
my spendy road bike goes in the living room.
my folder goes folded-up in the front hall closet.
my foul-weather commuter and my wife's hybrid go down in the bike room of our condo building.
i'm not allowed to get any more bikes until we move to a bigger place.
The first rule: if you're riding a bike and not having fun, then you're doing it wrong.
I have hooks to hang bikes vertically along the wall in the garage. We live in a townhouse w/ a 2 car garage; my wife parks her car on one side of the garage, I park my bikes in the other side. My truck lives outside on the street.
My building has a dedicated indoor storage room with racks. Great for when the weather is bad, I'd hate to track all that into my apartment.
The two bikes that get ridden live next to the door in my apartment. I have a stand to hang them up, but it requires 2 people to assemble. My cat has refused to do his share of the labor.
My C&V Schwinn lives in the spare bedroom. I'm planning on selling it this spring, and buying a mountain bike.
2014 Specialized Dolce, 1987 Schwinn Tempo, 2012 Windsor Kensington 8